Quan Shanshi (b. 1930), Snow Scene of Tian Shan, 1970. Oil on canvas, 53 x 80.5 cm
Jeanne Mammen (German, 1890-1976), Im Café [In the Cafe], 1920s. Watercolour and pencil on paper, 19½ x 14 in
Chen Wen Hsi (Singaporean, 1906-1992), Eight Gibbons. Ink and colour on paper, 68 x 88 cm
Jacob Hendrik Pierneef (South African, 1886-1957), The Baobab Tree. Oil on canvas, 112 x 142.5 cm
Harry Epworth Allen (English, 1894-1958), A Country Village. Tempera on board, 19 x 24 in
Ernst Nepo (Czech, 1895–1971), Mountain Landscape with Trees, 1921. Watercolour and pencil on paper on canvas
George Campbell (Irish, 1917-1979), Dublin Airport, 1952. Pen, ink and gouache, 9½ x 7½ in
Jules Flandrin (1871-1947), Riders on the Corenc Road (1913), oil on canvas, 73 x 60 cm
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (Germany 1884-1976) Haus an der Strassenkurve oil on canvas 90.7 x 125.4 cm
Rodel Tapaya (Filipino, b. 1980), Untitled, 2011. Acrylic on canvas, 182.5 x 122 cm
Paul Henry (Irish, 1876-1958), A Connemara Village. Oil on canvas, 24 x 28 in
Pierre Dumont (French, 1884-1936), Vue de la cathédrale de Rouen, 1908. Oil on canvas, 160 x 102 cm
Harry Leith-Ross (American, 1886-1973), The Fredenburgh Farm, c.1917. Oil on canvas, 32 x 34 in
Original cover painting by Ken Kelly from Creepy #75, published by Warren Publishing, November 1975
Original cover art by Vince Fodera from Blazing Western #2, published by Timor, March 1954
Ten pages of original art by Mike Deodato Jr. from the 12 page Nightcrawler story, “The Gift,” in X-Men Unlimited #32, published by Marvel Comics, September 2001
Conan and Red Sonja commission illustration by Frank Brunner, 1999
Original cover art by John Romita Jr. from Uncanny X-Men #176, his first issue on the series, published by Marvel Comics, December 1983
Signed Creatures of the Night print by Rudy Nebres, published by Artemis Publishing, 1980
Artist: Ernie Chan For Goddess of Smut
Original oil painting by Milt Gross
Five original Playboy cartoons by Gardner Rea, early 1960s
"So that's where babies come from!"
"That Response Seems Reminiscent, Miss! Have I Tried to Make a Pass at You Somewhere Before?"
"Come, come, Miss Eberle, the world needs calendars»
"You'll Love Pamela's Canapés. She Prepares Them in the Nude"
"Waiter, What Is This G-String Doing in My Soup?
Original back cover illustration by Bob Clarke from Mad magazine #189, published by EC Comics, February 1977
Original cover art by George Evans from Aces High #5, published by EC Comics, November 1955
Original illustration by Don Martin for an insert which was used as one of eight “Vital Message” mini posters in Mad Super Special #17, published by EC Comics, 1975